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timing belt broke on a 1990 ford escort while driving would valves be damage
1990 Ford Escort

Timing belt broke on a 1990 ford escort while driving would valves be damage

(1990 Ford Escort)
driving on freeway and timing belt broke will valves be damage also?
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on March 02, 2011
driving on the freeway?? good chance they may be bent. you need to al least get it back in time and do a compression test and hope for the best.

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on March 02, 2011
driving on the freeway?? good chance they may be bent. you need to al least get it back in time and do a compression test and hope for the best.

Roy
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on March 02, 2011
Cloyes Gear says its an interference engine
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on March 02, 2011
If is interferance head design then valves will be bent. I believe this design is not. Can call parts house and when they look up timing belt the application a lot of times will say if is or not. Check water pump during reinstall.
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